A Rio Vista resident for years before becoming a Las Olas condominium owner, Peggy brings an “insider’s view” to Fort Lauderdale’s coveted downtown real estate. As a member of the D’Angelo Realty Group, Fort Lauderdale’s undisputed leader in luxury condominiums with over $2 billion in real estate sales, Peggy specializes in waterfront properties with a focus on buildings with strong financials and proven value.
Her insight into what clients are seeking, particularly during the pandemic and now amid today’s inflation, has enabled her to effectively match buyers with properties with enduring value that meet their expectations, particularly for those who desire to live on the water, often in search of condos with marinas.
Originally from New York, Peggy managed a $ multi-million commercial real estate portfolio for a Wall Street firm for years before venturing into South Florida’s luxury residential real estate. With a strong business background and an analytical bent, she provides sellers with detailed marketing plans, tapping D’Angelo Realty Group’s extensive client database while utilizing social media to reach a broad spectrum of buyers.
Past president of a South Florida beach condominium and currently sitting on the board of her Las Olas condominium, Peggy’s knowledge of condo rules and dynamics smooths the path for clients as they progress through the sometimes-arduous approval process. A thoughtful listener and communicator, Peggy recognizes not only the joy, but the stress and anxiety associated with real estate, whether buying or selling.
Living downtown for almost 20 years, her knowledge of Fort Lauderdale’s luxury real estate makes her a sought-after guide both for urban dwellers in search of waterview properties and for investors in search of income-producing luxury rentals. In response to the times, she also works with an increasing clientele who prefer to purchase 2nd homes and investment properties virtually without traveling to in-person showings.
In her spare time, she coaches young entrepreneurs, as part of Harvard’s “Recover & Rebuild” initiative, to help small businesses survive and grow. She also continues her own real estate investing, most recently re-building a coastal home in Maine.